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Check it out: Final Films from the Robotic Video Workshop!

These short films were created through a special Youth Speaks Out program in the summer of 2015, providing youth ages 10-15 with free media education in their own community.

 

Special Thanks to:

  • Constellation Energy for supporting this workshop and the Lego Robotic Kits.
  • The Pratt Contemporaries for supporting the purchases of new iPads for programming robots and for fall workshops.
  • The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation for supporting our Youth Speaks Out! Program
  • The employees of Constellation for volunteering their time and energy.
Posted August 4th, 2015 in Baltimore, Blog, Homepage, News, Video by waym
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Meet our Summer Intern Jasmine!

Jasmine_WrightMy name is Jasmine Wright, I am a summer intern here at Wide Angle Media. My focus is Communications. As an intern, I hope to gain more experience in social media communications, blogging, and writing better leads and headlines for news stories.

One thing I noticed right way here is that this truly is a friendly, community-based organization. As someone who is a youth worker at my church, I love that middle school and high school students from all across Baltimore City and come together to create and produce films, as well as tell their stories.

A video that I found interesting is “Youth Soul”. Not only am I a fan of poetry, (Then again why would I not be a fan of poetry? I am a poet.) I love the message that Charday Hall conveys in the piece.

If you have not seen Youth Soul, you need to check it out!

Jasmine Wright is a college senior studying in Mass Communication with a concentration in Broadcast Media at Central State University in Wilberforce, OH.

 

Posted July 7th, 2015 in Blog, Homepage, News, Uncategorized by waym
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Mark Your Calendars!

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Join us on Tuesday, June 16th for our annual end of year High School Closing Ceremony!

We’ll be setting up special stations throughout our newly renovated office space for family and community members to check out student media projects from The Mentoring Video Project and the Attendance and Design Team. This is your chance to chat behind the scenes with our talented youth producers about their incredible media projects!

 

Posted June 9th, 2015 in Baltimore, Blog, Homepage, News, Uncategorized by waym
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The Twilight Phone

There is a future that is destined for society. It is a future that revolves around a single inanimate object that does a lot, but does very little. It keeps users in touch with everybody, but no one. It keeps eyes down and causes poor posture. It is the middle ground between reality and cyberspace. This is our future. It is an area which we call the Twilight Phone.

This video was created by participants in Wide Angle Youth Media’s Baltimore Speaks Out! Program at the Patterson Park Public Charter School.

Youth Producers:
Joelle Barnes, Bethel Crouse, Markell Foster, Brianna Hoyt-Cooper, Lill Hoyt-Copper, Amaris Johnson, Antonio Johnson, Tayvon Lane, Ryan Lee, Jaimira Parran, Joy Sanders, Ty’Quan Smith, Avery Stewart, Dassan Thomas, Darrin Yancey, Kelly Zamudio-Rosales

Posted June 2nd, 2015 in Baltimore, Blog, Homepage, News, Slider, Video by waym
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Celebrity Camouflage: Are Celebrities Role Models?

In Spring 2015, middle school students from Wide Angle’s Baltimore Speaks Out! program at the Reisterstown Road branch of the Enoch Pratt Library examined the influence celebrities have on kids. Youth Producers: Chatier Fleming, Brittni Kennedy, Aiyanah Muhammad, Jannah Muhammad, N’Dera Muhammad, Seti Norris, and Leila Petku.

Posted June 2nd, 2015 in Baltimore, Blog, Homepage, News, Video by waym
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Stop by our Youth Photography Traveling Exhibition!

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Last summer, Wide Angle Youth Media’s Youth Photography Traveling Exhibit partnered with the Enoch Pratt Free Library to provide Baltimore city youth the opportunity to create photographic portaits of themselves and their community. We are proud to announce that through support from the Pratt Contemporaries, the work is on display as part of a traveling showcase throughout June.

We hope you can join us in celebrating the creativity of our city’s youth!

The photos will be at each branch as scheduled:

Govans Branch
Displayed May 5th-16th, reception is May 5th at 4pm

Pennsylvania Avenue Branch
Displayed May 4th-16th, reception is May 13th at 4pm

Forest Park Branch
Displayed June 1st-13th, reception is June 1st at 4pm

Reisterstown Road Branch
Displayed June 1st-13th, reception is June 3rd at 4pm

Herring Run Branch
Displayed June 1st-13th, reception is June 9th at 4pm

Posted May 12th, 2015 in Blog, Homepage, News, Uncategorized by waym
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A Letter

In Spring 2015, middle school students from Wide Angle’s Baltimore Speaks Out! program at the Herring Run branch of The Enoch Pratt Library System explored the importance of security for youth across the nation.

Youth Producers: Mikayla Curtis, Khloe Ellis, Don Egeonu. Assistant Youth Producers: Alise Little, Corey Williams, Anthony Revel, Sam Mark, Kelis Jackson, Charles Glenn, Keith Glenn, Dianna Scott, Deanna Scott and Nachelle Moore.

Music:
“Whispering Through” by Asura
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“Like Bacon Sundays” by Luc
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Posted May 7th, 2015 in Baltimore, Blog, Homepage, News, Video by waym
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Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

In Fall 2014, middle school students from Wide Angle’s Baltimore Speaks Out! program at the Herring Run branch of The Enoch Pratt Library System explored the impact of materialism and consumerism on young people.

Youth Producers: Mikayla Z. Curtis, Don C. Egeonu, Nisha C. Jackson, Samuel I. Mark, Kiyanah A. Molenar, Nachelle A. Moore, Nickole Moore, Oluwasefunmi Oluwafemi, Ayooluwakiitan Oluwafemi, Destianey E. Jenkins, Mykayla D. Taylor, Corey T. Williams. Assistant Youth Producers: Danira T. Bernard, Brandon M. Grimes Jr., Trinity Michelle Mcinnis, Aiyonna Mary Mcinnis, Tikiyah Denise Molenar, Delroy I. Richardson, Charles Thomas, Keith Thomas, Jessica P. Wilson.

Posted May 7th, 2015 in Baltimore, Blog, Homepage, News, Video by waym
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A Teen’s Dream

Ricardo Amparo, a senior in Baltimore City and Youth Producer for our Mentoring Video Project, shares his views for a healthier, happier city for young people in Baltimore. Made in partnership with DB Productions and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for a workshop at TED2015.

Originally debuted online here: rwjf.org/en/culture-of-health/2015/03/a_ted_dare_here_sr.html

 

Posted May 7th, 2015 in Baltimore, Blog, Homepage, News, Video by waym
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Community Volunteer Opportunity

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8-10 Volunteers Needed for Mural Painting Days!

Looking for a fun, memorable way to get involved with Wide Angle Youth Media? Join us for a Community Paint Day this May!

We need 8-10 volunteers to assist with each of our upcoming Community Paint Days at the 29th Street Community Center. Not a painter? No problem – volunteers will be asked to assist with:

  • participant sign-in
  • overseeing music/audio equipment
  • passing out food
  • helping community members paint

Who: 8-10 teens and adults, painting experience helpful but not necessary.
When: Saturday May 2, 2015 and Saturday May 9, 2015, 12:00 – 4:00.
Where: 29th Street Community Center (300 E 29th St, Baltimore, MD 21218)
How: Contact moira@ wideanglemedia.org to reserve a spot and get more details.

Posted April 15th, 2015 in Blog, Homepage, News by waym